You may recall that I mentioned at this time last year that there are 400-plus varieties of holly. But would you believe it’s hard to find some when you want some?
October? Are you kidding me? Not with these temperatures. Oh wait — just as I was losing all hope that fall would arrive, a slight cool snap was forecast.
September was my least favorite month when I worked, because Labor Day was the last day out of school until Thanksgiving.
Can I have a Hail State? How about a Hotty Toddy or Roll Tide? Sports seasons roll around with, it seems, greater frequency than Christmas and Easter.
July Fourth, AKA Independence Day, is arguably the most iconic non-religious holiday in the USA.
For regular readers of this column, you may remember that I frequently espouse the benefits of being a member of the Master Gardener organization.
Ah, the merry merry month of May. Mother’s Day, graduations and final exams.
April seems to have introduced herself as a fickle lady.
March is known for lion- and/or lamb-like weather, but from where I sit at this writing, it seems like fish- or seal-like would be more appropriate.
On your mark, get set, go! Gardeners prepare to learn and expand your knowledge and make new friends. And by way of clarification, the classes for Master Gardener training begin Feb. 20 statewide.